Houses for Sale in Cities

Old Houses for Sale in Cities

What is it about city life that makes one never want to sleep? If the stuff of your dreams includes stoops, sidewalks and twilight rooftop dinners, take a peek inside some of our favorite urban dwellings currently on the market. From townhouses to pieds-a-terre to palaces in the sky, it’s all inside. DREAM BIG. DREAM TALL.

c. 1929
  • Los Angeles, California
  • $1,695,000

This lovely 1929 Hollywood Hills Spanish w/1959 addition offers beautiful hillside & city views w/ all the charm & details that made the era grand. Old-world style includes natural wood beamed ceilings, hardwood & tile floors, archways & period features. The floor plan includes a stunning living room, spacious kitchen, formal dining room, large front […]

c. 1890
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • $2,850,000

This 1890 gilded age mansion is located near the inner city where its value is depreciated in its urban environment and the economics of maintaining it on its current site are prohibitive. It can be disassembled and moved to a complementary setting permanently preserving the beauty of this historic architecture. James W. McLaughlin was one of […]

c. 1800
  • Alexandria, Virginia
  • $1,895,000

This striking historic home has been meticulously restored and is ready for its next steward. Sited on an expansive corner lot, 325 Queen Street offers exquisite interiors, a breathtaking garden, and a charming detached garage. The formal entry foyer is welcoming and functional with a conveniently located coat closet. The inviting living room showcases gorgeous […]

ABOUT THE HOME 144 South Street in Auburn, NY is an experience unlike any other. A Tudor-style home situated in a bustling city, you can’t help but be captivated by its charm and beauty. Filled with character and a rich history, this home oozes with nostalgia making it the perfect resolution for any interested buyer. […]

The story of the Mackay home mirrors the story of early Denver, and the experiences of the family who called this Scottish manor house “home” nostalgically reflect the lives of today’s Potter Highlands neighbors. Built in 1891 by Scottish mining engineer Hugh Mackay, this iconic stone house was a wedding present to woo his love, […]

Explore the enduring charm of this 118-year-old historic residence once the private retreat of Gov. Joseph Sayers – now called the Sayers House. Nestled along scenic Rio Grande Street, this architectural masterpiece, envisioned by Page Brothers Architects, is a testament to a bygone era, seamlessly blended with modern elements, thanks to its mixed-use zoning. Inside […]

The George Mowatt House is an unique opportunity to own an 18th century home in Newport, RI on one of the city’s most charming streets. By the 19th century, the property was owned by a successful African American grocer who later was known for being integral to Newport’s vibrant African American community. Dating back to […]

c. 1890
  • Holly Springs, Mississippi
  • $380,000

The Farmhouse packs more than a few punches. Overlooking your 4 acres of gently rolling land, from your 80-foot-long deck, you’ll feel like you’re in the county while you’re within the city limits just a few minutes walk to the Historic Town Square or “Little Arlington of the South.” Hillcrest Cemetery. This circa 1880’s two […]

This Queen Anne styled Victorian home is nestled in the Historic Magnolia District in Stockton. The 2-story house is rich in history dating back to 1894. There are 2 bdrms, 2.5 baths, a study, living rm, family rm, kitchen and formal dining rm in the main house. Upon entering you immediately notice the red oak floor […]

c. 1900
  • Davenport, Iowa
  • $230,000

This home is an extremely well preserved and classic example of architecture from the Prairie School. It has Craftsman and Georgian Revival architectural elements. Built in 1905 for Charles Meirer and his wife Minnie.  

c. 1882
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • $2,988,000

Set on an unprecedented 1.8 acre lot and surrounded by six acres of lush, protected parkland, Baywood will make anyone feel like royalty. A revitalized portion of the former Alexander King Estate, this iconic, sophisticated home is truly a piece of art that has been lovingly restored to its era, with a focus on quality throughout […]

The Matt Curry Steak House is a historic two-story brick restaurant, where everything is already updated-kitchen, electrical, plumbing, heating. The interior has also been restored, while maintaining its old- fashioned charm. All restaurant equipment, fixtures, antiques, and furniture will be included. The building has spacious indoor and outdoor seating, surrounded by beautiful landscaping, where mature […]

c. 1851
  • Boerne, Texas
  • $6,800,000

Own a piece of Texas History! This magnificent 10,534 sq ft, .997-acre historical mansion began its journey on the Texas frontier in the early 1850’s, the oldest room dates to 1851. It has been a home, a boarding house, a saloon, a polo club, a shooting club, a brothel in the 1870’s, a gathering […]

c. 1916
  • Indianapolis, Indiana
  • $799,500

Welcome to this truly unique, 19th century colonial-style home situated in the desirable neighborhood of Meridian-Kessler. The low-maintenance luxury finishes throughout are simply exquisite. With 4 finished levels, this recently completely remodeled home offers an abundance of living space bathed in natural light. The open concept main level boasts gleaming hardwood floors. The large kitchen […]

c. 1904
  • Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia
  • $1,895,000

Built in 1904 and situated just outside the Chickamauga Battlefield in Georgia’s Historic Fort Oglethorpe. Stable No. 45 is the last remaining stable of the US Army’s 6th Cavalry. The 6th Cavalry Post established in Fort Oglethorpe Georgia, was built between 1904 and 1905. The famous mounted 6th Cavalry were at this post. There were […]

c. 1887
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • $950,000

Welcome to 2 Willings Alley Mews! Located in the heart of Society Hill on historic Willings Alley, this gorgeously renovated townhome with 1-car deeded PARKING is the perfect blend of old world charm and modern living. As you enter the newly hardscaped, well-lit parking area, and through the secure gate into the common brick courtyard with […]

Rare opportunity to own a home on Denton’s historical Silk Stocking Row! This magnificent residence built in 1904 by the Graham family invites you to step back in time while enjoying modern comforts. With original pine floors, crown molding, and an unfinished basement wine cellar, this historical Denton landmark exudes timeless charm. As you enter […]

c. 1933
  • Lead, South Dakota
  • $10,000,000

The Homestake Mansion was Built in 1933 by William Randolph Hearst , using European Craftsmen. His father, George Hearst, was the founder of the very rich and famous Homestake Gold Mine in Lead, South Dakota.   The 27-room mansion, composed of 5 bedroom suites, 7 bathrooms and 3 half baths, retains the elegance of the […]

c. 1903
  • Helena, Montana
  • $1,179,000

This is a rare opportunity to own a 1903 masterpiece curated to its stately half-acre in the heart of Helena’s historic Upper West Side. The main home contains 5 large bedrooms (+1 bonus), 3.5 bathrooms, and features original wood finishes, updated windows, and abundant natural light. With its timeless charm, ample living space, functional floor […]

Built in 1848, the Lovelace-Blackburn-Whisenhunt. Great Greek Revival with some Italianate features , metal roof on almost an acre, quiet street one block from the Courthouse, public library and several restaurants. One master suite and 4 large bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms (2 with claw foot tubs), huge center hall, living and dining room separated by […]

Momentous Opportunity to own a piece of history. Welcome to the Rev. John Ely House with huge barn. This updated 1792 gem has been thoughtfully renovated to seamlessly blend modern 21st century comforts with the home’s timeless historical charm. Nestled on an expansive .81-acre corner lot this property has so much to offer. All within […]

c. 1890
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • $650,000

Welcome to 4312 Pine Street, a charming and meticulously maintained residence nestled in the heart of University City and in the Alexander Penn school catchment. This character-filled townhome seamlessly blends classic architecture with modern updates, offering a perfect balance of character and comfort. Situated in the desirable neighborhood of Spruce Hill, this property provides an […]

c. 1926
  • Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • $650,000

Open House! Sunday August 27th, 1-3pm; hosted by Maggie Daday Koller, Associate Broker Framed by a lush expanse of lawn, stately trees and colorful plantings, this cheery home stands on just over a quarter acre in the Old Rosemont neighborhood of Bethlehem. Built in 1926 and lovingly updated over the years, the house offers 3,200 […]

c. 1915
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • $879,000

The next place to call home: a true Victorian with a wrap-around porch, original woodwork, high-end kitchen circa 2022, and an abundance of space. Located in Mesta Park, one of Oklahoma City’s oldest neighborhoods, this home was built when a street car still stopped at the end of the block. Now, historic charm and aged […]

c. 1937
  • Pasadena, California
  • $1,899,000

Built in 1937 by renowned architect Harold Bissner, 2166 Las Lunas St. is a rare and remarkable gem that masterfully blends the best of architecturally significant design and contemporary luxury. Set back on a quiet, tree-lined street in Pasadena’s coveted Casa Grande neighborhood, this stunning Colonial 3 bed/3 bath home + detached 2-room studio is […]

c. 1966
  • Dallas, Texas
  • $1,450,000

Ready your cufflinks and sharpen your martini skills – it’s time to slip into our Mad Men persona. The Kessler Park revelation is here! If your wishlist reads: “Kessler Park location” and “Mid-century marvel to re-envision,” then 909 W. Colorado Blvd is the dream address. Perched in Kessler Park resides a 1966 mid-century marvel eager […]

c. 1892
  • Marietta, Ohio
  • $387,900

Urban 1892 Queen Anne is an exuberant display of Victorian architecture. Characterized by multiple stories, asymmetrical red brick facade, wrap around porch and third floor rounded tower. The well proportioned rooms are rich in artistic details and provide a nice circular flow ideal for entertaining and comfortable modern day city living. Architectural details include original inlaid […]

c. 1910
  • Louisville, Kentucky
  • $500,000

Imagine coming home to this stunning Victorian Style home in the Original Highlands, lovingly restored while preserving its historic charm. A covered front porch and double doors with decorative, stained glass windows guide you into the alluring layout, enhanced with handsome hardwood flooring and pocket doors. Your cozy living room is brightened with a large […]

Unique opportunity to own a part of Findlay History, the iconic Jones Mansion! Currently an event venue but could offer a number of uses. Main floor boasts five beautiful rooms with fireplaces, two bathrooms and kitchen. Second floor features five bedrooms with fireplaces, full bath and enclosed porch. Third floor offers further space potential. Rear […]

c. 1900
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • $819,000

Situated on one of Jeffries Point most coveted streets, this 1050SF+ classic brick 2+ bdrm duplex unit is moments to a pocket park, Shipyard, Piers Park, courts, and MBTA station (~10 min to dwtn)! This bilevel condo is airy & bright w/ an excellent layout w/ open kitchen featuring custom cherry cabinets, granite counters, stainless […]

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